Commvault protects Amazon RDS instances in AWS Outposts by using AWS native snapshots.
You can configure a virtualization client to represent the AWS Outposts.
For more information, see Amazon RDS.
What Gets Backed Up
Active Amazon RDS instances (whether they are turned on or turned off)
Amazon EBS volumes
Volumes using default or custom encryption
What Does Not Get Backed Up
Amazon RDS instance log backups are not protected
Create a virtualization client for the Amazon RDS instance that you want to protect. A virtualization client is the access point for an AWS user account. You must define a virtualization client for at least one valid AWS account to protect the data. When you create a virtualization client, the Commvault software automatically creates an instance, and a default subclient that you use to protect the data.
For more information, see Configuration for Amazon RDS.
Amazon RDS Backup
Back up all the subclients for an Amazon RDS instance or a specific subclient.
For more information, see Performing an Amazon RDS Full Backup.
Amazon RDS Restore
You can restore instances (VMs) in place or to a new destination.
For more information, see Restoring an Amazon RDS Backup.
Only a full Amazon RDS instance recovery is supported.